Our thoughts, insights, experience and other informative content on the fascinating world of eating insects.
Nicole was delighted to attend the CSIRO Edible Insect Symposium in Brisbane, Australia - developing Australia's edible insect research and industry to improve environmental, health and cultural outcomes. It was great to be among like-minds and kindred spirits who all...
We love it when edible insects feature on mainstream media. Australia’s public broadcaster ABC TV have produced a series of programs examining the food we eat in Australia and how we can possibly manage the sustainability challenges of population growth and climate...
edible insects are food of the future because they are nutritious and sustainable. Find out what this Australian family thought of them
One of the many continents in the world that have traditionally eaten insects (and still do) is South America.
As dietitians the most common question we get asked is, why entomophagy? Of all the interests you could have in the field of food and nutrition, why choose insects?
Asking what do insects taste like is akin asking what vegetables taste like; there are so many and they’re all different.
While eating insects in Western countries is a relatively recent phenomenon, in many parts of the world the practice is ancient.